meet again on sunday and decide whether or not to at-- attend. this question really was posed to the u.n. envoy, the very fact that the gnc is not here as well as armed groups. at the end of the day those who carry arms make decisions on the ground, and he said you know, we are here to talk. whoever doesn't want to come here means they are not interested in talking, and the only alternative is war, which will not be acceptable by the international community, so harsh words really there from the u.n. envoy, basically almost saying that this process is going to go on with those who want to be on board, and those who don't will be left out of the process. >> you were just highlighting how difficult it is considering how many different groups and weapons there are in the country, and the fact that many of these politicians, they say don't represent them. >> exactly.